Friday, 21 September 2012

Activiti Moved To Github

This morning, we moved the Activiti source code to Github. This move was long overdue and it's going to simplify working with the codebase a lot for all involved.

To learn more including pointers about pull requests, check out Joram's blog post about it.

Friday, 10 August 2012

Activiti 5.10 Just Got Really Fast

We just released Activiti 5.10 and it's another big milestone for the project:
  • Serious performance improvements: See Joram's blog The Activiti performance showdown for the amazing details
  • Tijs' book Activiti in Action published by Manning came out!
  • Added support voor bpmn message start event
  • Added capability for clients to validate a user's rights to start a process
  • Added support for nested sub-processes and embedded subprocesses in designer
  • Added support for catching intermediate and boundary message events
  • Bug fixes and various smaller improvements. Check out the Release notes for more details
Kudo's Daniel Meyer, Frederik Heremans en Joram Barrez for achieving the major performance improvements.

Big thanks to Camunda for contributing many improvements and fixes in this release.

Congrats to Tijs for pulling off the book and the Activiti Eclipse Designer improvements.

Now it's up to you. You're just 1 free Download away from the most amazing BPM and workflow experience. Go for it!

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Activiti 5.9 Is A Big Leap Forward

We're proud to announce Activiti 5.9 is released with some major improvements:
  • Support for Exclusive Jobs and Plugability of the Job Executor Infrastructure
  • Persistent event subscriptions (infrastructure)
  • Intermediate signal throw / catch
  • Event based gateway
  • BPMN transaction (cancel end event & cancel boundary event)
  • BPMN compensation (compensation catch & compensation throw)
  • Interrupting error event subprocesses
  • (Multiple) message start events
  • Various bug fixes

Special thanks goes to Camunda, and Daniel Meyer in particular for the some great core engine feature contributions.

Go download and taste this grand cru release!